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Working in San Francisco



San Francisco is not only a favorite international tourist destination but is one of the favorite vacation spots for Americans themselves. Its steep streets lined with Victorian houses, a huge turquoise bay surrounded by mountains, apart from the different ethnic neighborhoods like Chinatown, with its traditional shops and restaurants, along with the North Beach neighborhood known as the Italian, the Mission District for its Hispanic community and the Castro Street of its population of gays and lesbians, make of San Francisco one of the most beautiful cities in the United States.
 
San Francisco is distinguished by the fact that some of its parks and beaches all within the city limits are part of the National Recreation Area Golden Gate, which is one of the most visited units of the National Park System of United States, with more than 13 million visitors a year. It is also one of the largest urban parks in the world. 
 
Many people from different countries decide to work in San Francisco because they know that there are a lot of employment opportunities there. Many of them have contacts in the city on prestigious companies that can help them to get a job, while another group will search for some job after they arrive to San Francisco.
 
According to statistics, 47% of professionals choose to work in San Francisco, while 24% of students choose to study in universities in the city that belong to US university ranking.
 

Jobs search in San Francisco

Jobs search in San Francisco tends to be kind of hard, but you have many ways to find the right job for you. You must check out the list of many companies which are accepting applications for part time, seasonal and student jobs in San Francisco. However, if you are looking for a professional job, such as lawyer, architect, engineer or similar, the best is to prearrange interviews for your arrival in the city. 
 
On the other hand, the San Francisco jobs will allow people to learn more in fields like administrator, education, management, architecture, medicine, and so on. But, if you don’t have a degree or any professional experience, you may start form zero. In tourist areas, many expats work as waiters, bar staff and cook jobs. 
 

Recommendations to find a job opportunity

Getting a good job opportunity in San Francisco depends on your resume; this is the first impression employers will have of you. Here, you should show your best qualities, education and professional experience in order to prove employers that you are the best option for the job position.
 
We recommend you to send your resume with an interesting cover letter that show employers you are suited for the job and that you can make a significant contribution to the company. Before you send it, check spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. You can use a free resume templates at freeresumesamples.org, and create your professional resume in minutes.
On the other hand, the most important step of the job search is the job interview.

Here, your goal is to stand out among the rest as the best person for the position. If you’re not sure how to behave during the interview, you can check some websites which give you useful job interview tips here.

 



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